World’s largest custom motorcycles manufacturer, Big Dog Motorcycles has announced its entry into the Indian market. To commence its Indian operations, the American custom bikemaker has announced the launch of the K9 Red Chopper which is priced at Rs 59 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Known as “BigDogIsBack.com”, the K9 Red chopper – 111 is ‘One of One’ built under the aegis of Kansas Motor Works (KMW).
BigDogIsBack.com offers the owners unique customizing options, where they can customise the bike’s specs and choose from different design options and accessories as per their preferences. Accessories that have been made available are thicker tyres, exotic seats, drag pipes, sissy bars, stator & rotor kits, additional seat and many more. Powering the K9 Red chopper – 111 is an 1807cc, 45-degree V-twin from S&S Superslider engine.
With masculine styling, the K9 Red Chopper – 111 offers a dynamic cutting edge presence on the road. This year, the US-based custom motorcycle manufacturer also updated its entire lineup. The major updates included a bulletproof transmission, revised electronic systems and introduction of the largest production motor on the S & S124.
Founded in 1994, Big Dog Motorcycles is specialized in making high-performance, on-road cruisers and chopper. The company has been in the custom motorcycle business from over two decades, and delivering over 30,000 bikes across the globe.
Commenting on its Indian entry, Mr. Samar JS Sodhi, Founder Big Motorcycle Company, said, “For decades, I was planning to get this motorcycle here in India and now finally my dream has come true. I believe that this motorcycle will attract the right rider who is looking for a unique, ‘one of one’ custom chopper which will make its presence felt on the road, and guess what this is completely street legal in India.”
“I am extremely delighted that this ‘one of one’ custom made motorcycle is now in India. Once you take a seat on the Big Dog Motorcycle, you will know what makes for ultimate comfort. The chopper’s beastly growl will make your ears stand on end.” he added further.